Barriers and facilitators for the inclusion of fertility care into reproductive health policies in Africa: A systematic qualitative evidence synthesis – Anna Afferri, PhD Student, University of Sheffield, UK
BNT162b2 COVID-19 vaccine has no negative effect on IVF outcomes and women’s fertility – Myriam Safrai, Doctor, Hadassah Medical Centre, Israel
The COVID-19 vaccine from the perspective of male fertility patients – Laurentina Schaler, Clinical Research Fellow, Merrion Fertility Clinic, Ireland
Dr Laurentina Schäler graduated with Honours from the Charité Medical School, Berlin 2013. Since moving to Ireland, she has embarked on a career in Obstetrics and Gynaecology with the The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and holds an Honours Masters degree in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (UCC) and Healthcare Management (RCSI). Dr Schäler is currently a Clinical Research Fellow at Merrion Fertility Clinic at the National Maternity Hospital in Dublin, Ireland. Her most recent research interests include the impact of COVID -19 on reproductive medicine.
Inherited conditions in donor conceived offspring: Consequences for clinics and parents. A two-year retrospective evaluation across four commercial overseas donor banks – Valerie Shaikly, Clinical Scientist, Fertility Genetics, UK